In this May 26, 2018 photo provided on May 27, 2018, by South Korea Presidential Blue House, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center left, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, right, walk after their meeting at the northern side of Panmunjom in North Korea. Moon said Sunday, May 27, that Kim committed in the rivals' surprise meeting to sitting down with President Donald Trump and to a "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula." The Korean leaders' second summit in a month Saturday, May 26, saw bear hugs and broad smiles, but their quickly arranged meeting appears to highlight a sense of urgency on both sides of the world's most heavily armed border.
Photo: South Korea Presidential Blue House via AP
Photo: South Korea Presidential Blue House via AP

A deal is ‘not impossible,’ the right says 

From New York Post: “President Trump’s North Korea strategy is to out-Kim Kim Jong-un — and so far, it’s working.”

2. Could Trump’s zig-zag course to a North Korea summit actually work?

From Washington Post: “It sounds unlikely, but both sides have a lot to gain.”

3. Trump must turn 'art of the possible' into 'art of the deal' with North Korea

From The Hill: “Fortunately, there are other factors at work that could help President Trump.”

‘He’s going to burn it all down,’ the left says